Yes, they are... here are the latest "pure Debian" desktop editions. Or latest i386+nonfree desktop editions are here. These provide a base for others to provide 32-bit distros too, such as MX Linux, antiX, and Slax. Support for 32-bit seems to be a little less each year, but it ain't dead yet. Maybe the OP could find a suitable substitute among the many choices Debian now offers.Is Debian still making 32bit (i386) versions?
Based on DistroWatch's description, it's a security-focussed Debian based distro. But it's now dead, and an old ISO would likely no longer be considered secure by modern definitions.To test it